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Precision approaches to food insecurity: A spatial analysis of urbanhunger and its contextual correlates in an African city
Although progress has been made in addressing hunger and poor diets in African cities, many urban res-idents still suffer from food insecurity, and there is large heterogeneity within cities. We examine spatialvariations ...
A review of spaces of local participation to promote service delivery in South Africa
(Kamla-Raj Enterprises, 2019)
In many developing countries, there is a continued decline in public participation at the local level which often results in poor service delivery and as a result, a rise in protests. South Africa has experienced a ...
Examining the news media reaction to a national sugary beverage tax in South Africa: A quantitative content analysis
(Springer Nature, 2021)
: South Africa was the first sub-Saharan African country to implement a sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) tax called the Health Promotion Levy (HPL) in April 2018. Given news media can increase public awareness and sway ...
Are intentions to change, policy awareness, or health knowledge related to changes in dietary intake following a sugar-sweetened beverage tax in South Africa? A before-and after study
Background In April 2018, South Africa implemented the Health Promotion Levy (HPL), one of the first sugarsweetened beverage (SSB) taxes to be based on each gram of sugar (beyond 4 g/100mL). The objectives of this study ...
Exploring the contribution of universities to labour market requirements in South Africa: An employer's perspective
(SAGE Publications, 2021)
Organisations function in a flexible and changing environment that requires dynamic responses to diverse forces influencing their sustainability and growth. Employers wish to recruit graduates who can capably and successfully ...